Giles Coghlan

Giles Coghlan
Published articles: 11

About Giles Coghlan

Giles Coghlan is the Chief Currency Analyst at HYCM, one of the oldest brokers in the industry. Since joining the company in April 2018 Giles has played a key role in providing his expertise to HYCM’s investors.

With over 10 years of experience in trading, Giles is committed to helping traders by sharing his daily fundamental and technical analysis on currencies and major commodities. Giles is also a contributor to major Forex and financial media, and his pieces are read by thousands of traders on a regular basis. He provides live, real time analysis keeping readers abreast of the latest moves in the currency, equity and commodity markets.

Giles is a gifted, engaging communicator and regularly conducts HYCM webinars, seminars, and trading workshops to equip hundreds of investors across the globe with everything needed to make informed trading decisions. He is passionate about helping traders take their skills to the next level as well as helping them avoid unnecessary trading pitfalls.

Giles received his law degree from University of Birmingham, and an MA in Theology from University of Wales Trinity Saint David.


giles.coghlan@dailyforex.com

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Most of you will be familiar with that famous Warren Buffett quote about markets remaining irrational longer than you can remain solvent.

There’s an old saying, “make hay while the sun shines,” meaning that you should make the most out of your opportunities while they last.

What moving averages to use? Why do we use moving averages? Are moving averages effective? MA is a widely used technical indicator that smooths out price trends

In the early hours of Tuesday, July 20, EU leaders finally agreed on a €1.82 trillion budget and €750 billion COVID recovery fund to help the economic bloc’s most beleaguered nations

With so much chaos in the markets recently, as well as a great deal of polarisation in the media as to what’s actually going on, it may be a good time to revisit some of the market crashes of the past.

Gold has come down off its recent highs to trade somewhere in the middle of the range it’s been in since mid-April.

Amidst record drops in crude oil and equity markets and record highs in volatility, we have also recently witnessed US Treasury yields turning negative

Where do newcomers to stock trading tend to look first? Usually at high profile large-cap and story stocks.

Things move very rapidly in tech; doubly so in cryptocurrencies.

Below you’ll find three solid reasons for why it may be a good time to start getting bullish about oil.